Current Members

Eugene Alspach

Eugene R. "Gene" Allspach

EDUCATION      
University of Cincinnati, BS, Chemical Engineering, 1970
Rice University, MS, Chemical Engineering, 1973
University of Pennsylvania, Wharton Advanced Management School, 1991

UC CONNECTION
Mr. Allspach has been a member of the Foundation Board since 1999. He serves on the UCF Development and Marketing Committees as well as the CEAS Advisory Board. He also has served the College as a board member for Emerging Ethnic Engineers, the Engineering Conference Board and the Chemical Engineering Advisory Board. He has been president, vice president and member of the Engineering College Alumni Board. He is a lifetime member of the UC Alumni Association.

CAREER & AFFILIATIONS
Currently, Mr. Allspach is responsible for the strategic growth and corporate development of TPC Group, Inc. He was elected to the TPC Group board of directors in February 2011 and joined TPC in his current role, Sr. Vice President, Corporate Development in September 2011. Prior to TPC Group, Mr. Allspach was president and COO of Equistar Chemicals. He retired in 2002 but his business interests led him to start his own chemical management consulting firm that focused on new business development with start-up opportunities. Mr. Allspach continued in that role until 2011. He is currently a member of the board of directors of A. Schulman, Inc. and the Plaza Group.

Mr. Allspach is a past member of the board of directors of the American Chemistry Council and National Petrochemical & Refiners Association (NPRA) and of the American Plastics Council and NPRA. He also served as a member of the Chemical Engineering Advisory Board of Purdue University. He is a current trustee of the Christus Foundation for HealthCare Board.

 

James E. Blakeney

James E. Blakeney

EDUCATION                 
University of Cincinnati, BBA, Accounting, 1958

UCCONNECTIONS
Mr. Blakeney was a founding member of the UC Foundation Board in 1977. He was Alumni Chairman for Dayton from 1964-69 and again in 1991. In 1983, he was a member of the Centers of Excellence Campaign Steering Committee. He was named Trustee Emeritus in 1990.

CAREER& AFFILIATIONS
Until 1971, Mr. Blakeney was co-owner of Blakeney & Koller, a CPA firm in Dayton. He merged his practice with Alexander Grant & Company, becoming the Dayton partner-in-charge in 1975. Later, the firm was known as Grant Thornton & Company. The Dayton office was acquired by Clark, Schaefer, Hackett & Company in 1987. Mr. Blakeney worked there 10 years and retired in 1997.

Mr. Blakeney was elected as clerk treasurer for Washington Township in Montgomery County–Centerville, Ohio, in 1996 and 2000. He retired on March 31, 2004.

 

John S. Domaschko

John S. Domaschko

EDUCATION   
University of Cincinnati, BA, Economics, 1970
University of Cincinnati, BBA, Accounting, 1974

UC CONNECTIONS
Mr. Domaschko joined the Foundation Board in 2001, serving as chair of the Development Committee and as a member of the Marketing Committee. He is also a member of the UC Alumni Association.

CAREER & AFFILIATIONS
After becoming a CPA in 1975, Mr. Domaschko was senior managing partner of his own CPA fiirm for more than 15 years, during which time his firm grew to one of the largest locally owned CPA firms in Greater Cincinnati. He sold his firm and opened MC Squared Inc., consulting with companies ranging from start-up endeavors to publicly owned corporations. Following his retirement in 2006, he served as interim president of Vision 2015 in 2009.

Mr. Domaschko is vice-chairman on the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) Board of Directors and serves on its Executive Committee. He serves as immediate past chair of the St. Elizabeth Medical Center Board of Trustees and the St. Elizabeth Medical Center Foundation. He is former chair of the Kentucky Authority for Educational Television and former chair of the Kenton County Airport Board that operates the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. He is also a member of several other non-profit and corporate boards in the community.

 
John B. Goering

John B. Goering

EDUCATION      
University of Cincinnati, BBA, 1956
University of Cincinnati, MBA, 1960
University of Cincinnati, Honorary Doctor of Commercial Science, 2005

UC CONNECTIONS
Mr. Goering has been a Foundation Trustee since 1987, serving on the Executive Committee (1988-2000) and the Finance Committee. In 1989, he established the Goering Center for Family and Private Business at the Lindner College of Business and serves on its Advisory Board. He is also an emeritus member of LCoB Alumni Association Board. From 1995-2000, he served on the Campaign for the Campus Committee. He is a past president and a lifetime member of the UC Alumni Association. Mr. Goering has received the UC Award for Excellence, the UC Alumni Association Distinguished Service Award, the UCATS Order of the Black Blazer, the Lindner College of Business Alumni Association Distinguished Service Award, and the UC Foundation Trustees’ Award.

CAREER & AFFILIATIONS
From 1958-81, Mr. Goering was an Instructor, then Assistant Professor in Accounting at UC. He also served UC as Assistant to the Dean of the Lindner College of Business Administration (1963-67) and University Registrar and Associate Vice Provost for Admissions and Records (1967-75). For more than 30 years, he was employed by Goering Industries, retiring as president when the company was sold in 1989. Currently he is president of Walton Park, Inc.

From 2003-2008, Mr. Goering served as chair of the Finance Committee, City of Crescent Springs, KY. From 2010-2014, he was a member of the Council, City of Crescent Springs, KY. Mr. Goering is a former president of the Cincinnati Faculty Club, Inc.

 

Nancy Russell Hamant

Nancy Russell Hamant

EDUCATION                 
University of Cincinnati, AB, 1957
University of Cincinnati, BS, Education, 1957
University of Cincinnati, MEd, 1963
University of Cincinnati, EdD, 1967

UCCONNECTIONS
Ms. Hamant is an emerita associate professor in the University of Cincinnati College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services.

CAREER& AFFILIATIONS
After graduation from UC, Ms. Hamant taught at Reading High School from 1957-1964, acting as curriculum director from 1961-64. In 1972, on leave from UC, she became associate principal of Wyoming High School. She joined the UC College of Education as an instructor in 1964, was named assistant professor in 1967, and associate professor in 1977.

She held the position of coordinator of professional experiences from 1974 until her retirement in 2007. She served as the University Faculty Athletics representative to the NCAA for 20 years.

Ms. Hamant was a member and president of the Hamilton County Board of Park Commissioners and has served on the Superintendent’s Advisory Committee for Finneytown Schools. She is on the board of the Cincinnati Observatory. She has been an evaluator of Department of Defense Schools in Germany and Panama and of numerous schools in Southwestern Ohio for the North Central Association of Schools and Colleges. She is a member of many professional associations including the Association of Teacher Educators, National Education Association, National Council for the Social Studies and the American Classical League. She is a member of numerous honorary societies including Phi Beta Kappa, and Phi Delta Kappa and Delta Kappa Gamma.

 
Reuven J. Katz

Reuven J. Katz **

EDUCATION                 
Walnut Hills High School, 1942
Harvard Law School, JD, 1950
University of Cincinnati, BA, Economics, 1988
University of Cincinnati, Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters, 2001

UCCONNECTIONS
Mr. Katz joined the Foundation Board in 1989 and served as Board chair from 1993-2001. He worked with the Ad Hoc Committee on Board Policies and Procedures, the Finance Committee and Business Operations Subcommittee, Executive Committee, Stewardship Committee, UCF Endowment Fee Eligibility Committee and Futures Task Force. He served as a member of the Board Executive Committee, the Committee on Trustees, and was chairman of the Gift Acceptance Committee. Mr. Katz was a member of the UC Alumni Association and also served as a member of the UC Athletics Advisory Council and  the UC College of Medicine Community Advisory Board.

CAREER& AFFILIATIONS
Mr. Katz served with the U.S. Army Air Force in World War II. He was admitted to the Ohio Bar in 1950, beginning that year as an associate with Paxton & Seasongood. He became a partner with that firm, leaving in 1965. He then practiced law as Reuven J. Katz, LPA, from 1965-80. He was co-founder and y chairman Emeritus of Katz, Teller, Brant & Hild.

Mr. Katz was a member of the Board of the Johnny Bench Scholarship Fund of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation and the Sports Lawyers Association. He was a past president of Big Brothers Association of Cincinnati and Community Chest Council for the Aging and the Board of the Jewish Vocational Service and Sheltering Oaks Hospital.

 
James C. Kautz

James C. Kautz

EDUCATION                 
University of Cincinnati, BA, Political Science, 1953
University of Pennsylvania, MBA, Wharton, 1957
University of Cincinnati, Honorary Doctor of Laws, 1995

UCCONNECTIONS
Mr. Kautz has been on the Foundation Board since 1990 and was elected chairman in 2001. He was national chair for the past Campaign for the University of Cincinnati and is honorary co-chair of the current campaign. Mr. Kautz is also a founder and trustee of the Kautz-Uible Fund (Lindner College of Business), founder of the Alumni Masters Forum, chair of the Class of ’53 Reunion Committee, and has received a number of UC awards, including the William Howard Taft Medal for Notable Achievement.

CAREER& AFFILIATIONS
After service with the U.S. Army (1953-55), Mr. Kautz was with Procter & Gamble until 1959, then joined Main Supply, Inc., in Cincinnati as a corporate officer. In 1966, he joined Goldman, Sachs & Company, becoming a general partner in 1978, limited partner in 1987, and retired in 1999.

Mr. Kautz served as a trustee of Vassar College from 1983-95, including six years as chairman of Vassar’s Board of Trustees. He is a retired trustee of the National Geographic Society, retired trustee of the National Geographic Education Foundation and the Storm King Arts Center. Mr. Kautz is actively involved in numerous non-profit activities. He also is a private investor.

Mr. Kautz was an initial investor, and former director of the Boston Beer Company (NYSE).

 

David M. "Dave" Lance

David M. "Dave" Lance

EDUCATION   
University of Cincinnati, BS, Industrial Management, 1956

UC CONNECTIONS
Mr. Lance joined the UC Foundation Board in 1981. He has served on the McMicken Committee, the Stewardship Committee, the Development Committee and the Marketing Committee. He has been a Trustee Emeritus since 1993. Mr. Lance was co-chair of Florida area fundraising in the Campaign for the University of Cincinnati. He is a trustee of the Greek Affairs Alumni Council and Greek Affairs Endowment Fund, trustee of the University Heights Community Redevelopment Corporation, and a former member of the UCATS Board and the Goering Center Board (Lindner College of Business). He received the Alumni Association's and the LCOB's Distinguished Service Awards. In 1996, he was inducted into the Order of the Black Blazer. He is a lifetime member of the UC Alumni Association and currently serves as chairman of the UC Alumni Chapter in Naples, Florida.

CAREER & AFFILIATIONS
From 1962-88, he was co-owner of Restaurant Management Inc., (Arby's). Mr. Lance is a current member of the Lindner College of Business Advisory Board.

Mr. Lance is a former president and trustee of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon National Fraternity and Foundation.

 
Jerome P. “Jerry” Montopoli

Jerome P. “Jerry” Montopoli

EDUCATION                 
University of Cincinnati, BBA, Accounting, 1965

UCCONNECTIONS
Mr. Montopoli joined the Foundation Board in 1983 and was named to emeritus status in 2007. He currently serves on the Audit and Finance committees. He is a former member of the Lindner College of Business Networking Group, UCATS Board of Directors, Campaign Cabinet and Detroit Campaign Advisory Committee (Campaign for UC), and the McMicken Charter Drafting Committee.  He is a member of the LCOB Advisory Council and is also a lifetime member of the UC Alumni Association.

CAREER& AFFILIATIONS
Mr. Montopoli was with Arthur Andersen from 1965-66 and from 1968-01, with two years out for Army service. He became manager in 1971, partner in ‘76, and partner in charge of the Audit Division in Cincinnati in ‘78. From 1984-87, he was with the Auditing Procedures Group in Chicago, returning to Cincinnati as partner in charge of the Audit Practice for Cincinnati, Dayton and Louisville. From 1988-92, he was managing partner of the Cincinnati, Dayton and Louisville Groups and then managing partner of the Michigan area from 1992-99. Until he retired in 2001, he was managing partner for Partner Matters, Andersen Worldwide.

Mr. Montopoli serves on the Board and chairs the Audit Committee of Frisch’s Restaurants, Inc. He is a former Board member of the Michigan Jobs Commission, the Cincinnati Ballet, the Cincinnati Association for the Blind, The Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, and the Museum Center Foundation.

 

Eva L. Maddox

Eva L. Maddox

EDUCATION                               
University of Cincinnati, BSDE, Interior Design, 1966
University of Cincinnati, Honorary Doctor of Fine Arts, 2006

UC CONNECTIONS
Eva L. Maddox graduated from the UC College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning with a Bachelors of Science in Design in 1966. She has been an ardent supporter of the University and DAAP in many ways, including sponsorship of scholarships and academic programs at UC. She has served on DAAP's Alumni Governing Board for more than 15 years and is a member of DAAP's Advisory Board for the Center for the Study of the Practice of Architecture. In 2001, Maddox joined the UC Foundation Board of Trustees. She is chair of the Downtown Chicago Committee for UC, a member of the UC Alumni Association, and has hosted a DAAP alumnae event in Chicago. In 2006, in recognition of Ms. Maddox's many contributions, the University of Cincinnati presented her with an Honorary Doctor of Fine Arts.

CAREER & AFFILIATIONS
Ms. Maddox is recognized internationally as a visionary design theorist and practitioner who has reshaped not only her profession but also the field of education within the industry. From 1975-2002, she served as founder and leader of her own renowned design firm, Eva Maddox Associates. During this time, Ms. Maddox gained recognition for the creation of Branded Environments™ , a research-based design approach that identifies and integrates a client's DNA into tangible brand expressions, experiences and environments. In 1994, she co-founded Chicago's alternative design school, Archeworks, dedicated to the development of design systems for people who are most in need. The mission of this not-for-profit school is to address real-life social needs of communities through a multidisciplinary approach that provides solutions through groundbreaking design. In 2002, she merged her firm with Perkins + Will, an international architectural firm, and is now Principal of Perkins + Will/EvaMaddox Branded Environments™ , with a focus on the integration of brand strategy, marketing communications, environmental graphics, and architecture.

In addition to her outstanding service to the University of Cincinnati, Ms. Maddox is equally dedicated to her Chicago community. Named "Chicagoan of the Year" by Chicago Magazine in 2002, she is active in many civic organizations including the International Women's Forum, The Architectural Society of the Art Institute of Chicago, The Economic Club, the World Future Society, and is past Chair of the Chicago Network. She has received more than 80 awards for design excellence including the 2000 Star Award (International Interior Design Association) and numerous awards from the American Institute of Architects and the American Society ofinterior Designers. Ms. Maddox was honored by the International Women's Forum "Women Who Make a Difference" in 2004 with recognition as a Pioneer in Design. In 1992, she was inducted into the Interior Design Hall of Fame and, in 1999, she was inducted into the International Interior Design College of Fellows.

Most recently, Ms. Maddox was designated a 2007 and 2008 Purpose Prize Fellow by Civic Ventures, a national think tank and program incubator, for her vision and leadership within Archeworks. The Purpose Prize is a three-year, $9 million program investing in Americans over age 60 who are leading a new age of innovation to solve critical social problems in the second half of life.

 

Marjorie (McCullough) Motch

Marjorie (McCullough) Motch

EDUCATION                
University of Cincinnati, Honorary Doctor of Fine Arts, 2003

UCCONNECTIONS
Mrs. Motch joined the Foundation Board in 1979 and currently serves on the Executive Committee and the Committee on Trustees. She was a member of the Campaign for the Campus Cabinet (Campaign for UC) and co-chaired the green space renovation. Since 1993, she has been a Trustee Emerita. She is a member of the Advisory Board of the College of Nursing, the Advisory Board for UC’s Institute for Learning in Retirement, and the Board of the Central Clinic.  Mrs. Motch is a lifetime member of the UC Alumni Association, and received the Alumni Association’s William Howard Taft Medal for Notable Achievement in 2009.

CAREER& AFFILIATIONS
Mrs. Motch has served the Girl Scouts of the U.S.A. as a National Board member since 1962. From 1972-75, she was national president and, from 1975-82, chair of the National Advisory Council. She has been an officer of international organizations for Girl Guides and Girl Scouts, serving as vice chair of the World Board. She is a director emerita of the World Foundation for Girl Guides and Girl Scouts Inc.

Mrs. Motch is currently on the Board of Directors for St. Margaret Hall, the Fine Arts Fund and the Cincinnati Parks Foundation. She was trustee of the Greater Cincinnati Alzheimer’s Association and the YWCA. She has been on the Board of Junior League of Cincinnati, serving as regional director (1958-60) and national president (1960-62). She has also served on the Board of United Way of America and is a former board member for the Community Health and Welfare Council, Cancer Family Care, Boys Clubs of Greater Cincinnati, Marjorie P. Lee Home for the Aged, Beechwood Home, Civic Garden Center, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and the Greater Cincinnati Foundation.

 

H.C. Buck Niehoff

H.C. Buck Niehoff

EDUCATION                 
Denison University, BA, 1969
University of Cincinnati, JD, 1972

UCCONNECTIONS
Mr. Niehoff joined the Foundation Board in 1994, serving on the Development Committee and the Committee on Trustees. He was named Trustee Emeritus in 2002, when he was appointed to the University of Cincinnati Board; in January 2009, he was elected Chairman of the UC Board. He was a co-convener of the University’s comprehensive campaign, Proudly Cincinnati. Mr. Niehoff has served as a member of the College of Law Board of Visitors and the College of Nursing Board of Advisors. He is a member of the UC Alumni Association.

CAREER& AFFILIATIONS
Mr. Niehoff was admitted to the bar in 1973, joining Peck Shaffer & Williams in that year as an associate. He became managing partner in 1989 and, in 1998, became Of Counsel.

Mr. Niehoff has served as a board member of The Mercantile Library, The Corporation for Findlay Market and Ohio Cancer Research Associates. He was on the board of the Art Academy, Denison University, Cincinnati Country Day School, Springer School, Downtown Cincinnati Inc., Friends of the Law Library of Congress, the Ohio Bicentennial Commission and the Cincinnati Chapter of the American Red Cross. He was chair of the Hamilton County Republican Party, chair for the Hamilton County Republican Finance Committee, and chair for the Cincinnati Museum Center. He is a member of the Board of Park Commissioners of the Great Parks of Hamilton County and is Chair of the City of Cincinnati Urban Design Review Board.

 

Yvonne C. Robertson

Yvonne C. Robertson

EDUCATION                 
University of Cincinnati, BS, Elementary Education, 1956
Columbia University (NYC), MA, Early Childhood Education, 1960

UCCONNECTIONS
Mrs. Robertson joined the Foundation Board in 1999, serving on the Marketing Committee and the Recognition and Awards Committee. She was Honorary Chair of the 100th Anniversary Gala of the College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services. Mrs. Robertson co-chaired the 2006 University of Cincinnati Reunion. She co-chairs the College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services Dean’s Advisory Committee and is a member of the UC Alumni Association. In 2007, she was awarded the Distinguished Alumni Award from the College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services. In June of 2009, Mrs. Robertson received the University of Cincinnati’s Award for Excellence.

CAREER& AFFILIATIONS
Mrs. Robertson, a founding member of the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, now serves as an Advisory Member. She is currently a member of Advocates for Youth Education. She is an alumna of Leadership Cincinnati and a Board Member of the Cincinnati Arts Association and the Cincinnati Museum Center. She is a past board member of the Public Library of Cincinnati and the Hamilton County Foundation, a past Director of the Banker’s Club, and alumna of the Women’s Capital Club. From 1992 - 1994, she was the National Director of the Arts for The Links, Incorporated. She also was a member of the National Advisory Council of the Women’s Symphony Orchestra League.

Mrs. Robertson’s more than 30 years of volunteer service is varied but mainly focused on youth and the arts. She has served on the boards of the Cincinnati Youth Collaborative, Hamilton County Youth Leadership Conference, Greater Cincinnati Scholarship Foundation, Adolescent Clinic of Jewish Hospitals, Franciscan Health System of Cincinnati, Red Cross, School for Creative and Performing Arts, Family Services of the Greater Cincinnati Area, Leadership Cincinnati, Cincinnati Ballet, Playhouse in the Park, CET, Ohio Center for the Arts, Negro Spiritual Festival, Tall Stacks Commission, and the Greater Cincinnati Sports and Events Commission. In 1992, she, along with her husband was selected as an honoree of the National Jewish Fund. She has also received the Distinguished Service Citation of the National Conference for Community and Justice.

Mrs. Robertson is married to Basketball Hall of Famer and Former University of Cincinnati and NBA star Oscar Robertson (BBA, 1960; Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters, 2007). They have three children and one grandson. One daughter is an Assistant Professor in the Carl H. Linder College of Business.

 

Edward W. Wedbush

Edward W. Wedbush

EDUCATION                 
University of Cincinnati, ME, Mechanical Engineering, 1955
University of California-Los Angeles, MBA, 1957
University of California-Los Angeles, Engineering 4 years PhD-All but a dissertation
University of Cincinnati, Honorary Doctor of Commercial Science, 2000

UCCONNECTIONS
Mr. Wedbush joined the Foundation Board in 1991. He serves on the Executive Committee and the Investment Committee, which he co-chaired from 1996-2002. During the Campaign for UC, he accepted the chairmanship of the Southern California Area Campaign in 1997. He is a member of the UC Alumni Association.

Mr. Wedbush is the recipient of both the 2004 Life Award for Entrepreneurial Achievement from the University of Cincinnati and the 2010 Lifetime Achievement Award from the College of Engineering.

CAREER& AFFILIATIONS
Mr. Wedbush is President of Wedbush Securities, Inc. and Chairman of the Board of Wedbush Inc. From 1955-58, Mr. Wedbush was a faculty member of UCLA and until 1959, an engineer with Wagner Electric and Hughes Aircraft. In 1955, he started Wedbush & Co., which in 1969 became Wedbush, Noble, Cooke & Co., Inc. and later Wedbush Morgan Securities, a member of the New York Stock Exchange. In 1980, he formed Wedbush Inc., which owns Wedbush Securities. Wedbush Inc. manages the venture capital fund Wedbush Capital Partners. Mr. Wedbush has served as President of Wedbush Securities since 1967 and managing partner of the partnership prior to that date. He was the recipient of Pepperdine University’s Graziano School of Business & Management Distinguished Speaker/Dean’s Excellent Leadership Series award in 2013; the Concordia University Faithfulness and Excellence Award in 2012; the Ernst & Young’s “Entrepreneur of the Year” award for the Greater Los Angeles region in 2007; and an honoree of UCLA Anderson School of Management’s “100 Inspirational Alumni” in 2011. He has been a member of the California Club since 1979.

 

Jeffrey L. Wyler

Jeffrey L. Wyler

EDUCATION                
University of Cincinnati, BBA, Finance, 1965

UCCONNECTIONS
Mr. Wyler joined the Foundation Board in 1987 and has been a Trustee Emeritus since 2001. He has been a member of the Campaign Cabinet (Campaign for UC), UCATS Board, the Goering Center Board (College of Business) and is a lifetime member of the UC Alumni Association. From 2001 to 2010, he served on the University Board of Trustees, two years as vice chairman, and two-and a half years as chairman of the Board. Mr. Wyler also served five years on the board of trustees of the Health Alliance of Cincinnati as the University’s representative; two years as chairman and currently serves on the Board of UC Health.

CAREER& AFFILIATIONS
After graduation from UC in 1965, Mr. Wyler was employed by General Motors Corporation Chevrolet Division in Cincinnati and Columbus. In 1973, he founded Jeff Wyler Chevrolet in Batavia, Ohio, which has grown into the Jeff Wyler Automotive Family, one of the largest 50 automotive retailers in the country, and he still serves as the chief executive officer.

He is a minority owner of the Cincinnati Reds and serves as Chairman of the Board of Directors of “C” Bank in Cincinnati.

Mr. Wyler has been honored by the University with The Carl H. Lindner Medal, the Entrepreneur of the Year Award and an Honorary Doctorate of Commercial Sciences in 2011.

 

 

** Denotes deceased

 

 

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